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  1. An architectural analysis of Star Wars
  2. The Ridley Scott's vision of modern cities decadence
  3. Tim Burton's representation of Gotham city

Being allowed to do an essay on three different film-makers is an opportunity not only to analyze their different ways of seeing the city and its architecture, but also of showing it through their movies. I have voluntarily chosen to compare three Anglo-Saxon film-makers who have very different ways of thinking, shooting and showing the city in their films. Georges Lucas, Ridley Scott and Tim Burton are widely recognized as major artists in their fields, and each of them was given the opportunity to shoot science-fiction movies. This is why it seemed relevant to compare Star Wars and its multitude of extra terrestrial cities, with Blade runner which didn't meet the same success but is now considered a masterpiece, and Batman in which Gotham city is a whole character.

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